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Released December 4, 2008 for Rock Band

4789 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Metal
Album: Are You Dead Yet? (2005)

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Quite surprising! m2cks
Color me shocked to find out that this song actually has pitched singing parts in the chorus! Which saves this song from a "bad" rating (really, it would only give it a two, but I am quite forgiving when it comes to ratings!). I, like a few others, bought the song not because of the song/band itself, but because of the fact that it was cheap at the time it was released. I am not the biggest fan of the band or the genre of music in particular, but this song was certainly listenable!

The chart consists of the usual- talkies interspersed with growling/screaming, with pauses in between that seem to last a lifetime. But if one would persevere, they would find a nice little charted chorus! It is not much, admittedly, but at least it is something. The chart does not differ from this pattern, but still it was enjoyable nonetheless. An average score from me.
07.11.11 4:37am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
One of the most enjoyable charts off of the metal track pack. This one has a fair amount of HOPOs and some parts that will require decent alt-strumming while fretting skills (or downstrums if you're up for putting your hand through the pain). Either way though, if you're a fairly skilled player on the guitar and you enjoy a fun and fairly challenging chart, this one is for you. It's not incredibly hard.. But you'll have to be pretty good if you're gonna go for the gold star rating.


This is one chart that has a lot of significant changes in the chart. I mean, if you play this in RB1 and then play it in RB2, you'll notice a fair bit of changes. If you own both discs and haven't already, try both of them out!
08.03.10 12:09am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Melodic death metal? Yes. Complete success. This is one of Children of Bodom's more suited songs for RB, and the tracks are all very fun to play. The drums may be a bit difficult without a double bass, but it should still be fun and not kill your multiplier too often. The bass has a nice pattern during the pre-chorus and solo, and it follows the guitar's fast strumming sections.
06.21.10 5:50am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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